Dr. Brooke Stevens

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
  • Graduated from University of Delaware
  • Former Division I Lacrosse Player at High Point University
  • Masters of Science in Anatomy and Clinical Health Science (MS)
  • Member, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)


Dr. Brooke Stevens, PT, DPT, MS received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware in 2020. Dr. Stevens has experience working with a variety of patient populations ranging from high level athletes returning to sport, the weekend warrior, to the aging adult and neurological population. She values taking a holistic approach to her care by integrating physical wellness and mental health to help her patients achieve the best outcomes. Dr. Stevens is excited to be a part of the BEAT family and strives to apply best practices as well as using an evidence-based approach to improve the quality of life for her patients.

Dr. Stevens grew up in Catonsville, MD where she was a four-year varsity athlete in field hockey and lacrosse at Catonsville High School. Her love of lacrosse led her to High Point University where she competed at the Division I level on their womens’ lacrosse team.  Her senior year she was named team captain and still holds the record for most assists in a single season. Dr. Stevens graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Exercise Science and a minor in Psychology.  She was awarded Sportswoman of the year for her accomplishments on and off the field. She then completed her Masters in Anatomy and Clinical Health Sciences in 2019 at the University of Delaware, where she stayed to obtain her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2020.

In her free time, Dr. Stevens enjoys spending time with her family, traveling to beaches and lakes, and exploring the wilderness. She continues to play lacrosse and field hockey recreationally with her friends and enjoys spending her down time with a good book or finding new places to eat delicious foods.